|The dark part next to the boulders is the part we climbed. For some reason my husband finds that to be THE place to begin the ascent. It's steep and harrowing.|
Since I had such a delightful friggen time trying to get up that thing with my family, I figure tonight's post can be all about them. All kidding aside, it's the one place in Texas I really like to visit.
I'm pulling out the punches with another McCall's cookbook. Again, do not confuse this 1965 version with the identical 1978 printing. It will be hard, but I think it's possible to differentiate between the two books.
This is going to be short and sweet. And, I am going to shamelessly plug my FB page on here too. Most of the posts on there aren't going to make it on here. Like this beauty for instance:
|Tuna Lime Ring from Favorite Recipes of America, Salads, 1968|
Moving on, because I am rambling.
|McCall's Family Style Cookbook, 1965. Not to be confused with:|
|McCall's Family Style Cookbook, 1978. Lots of money and time must have went into tweaking the colors a bit and changing the date inside the book.|
|Any child or person of the 1960's and 1970's remembers groovy pictures drawn like this one. It's just how it was done and don't any of you "1980's or 1990's" whippersnappers judge.|
|Crazy and goofy marshmallow animals that could have passed for something cutesy in the 1960s. Who in their right mind is going to trust a kid with Leo the Lion and his toothpick torture device? The two little seagulls also look a little insidious.|
|This large twine tied monster uber mega sandwich is a McCall's Magnifique. I don't think I need to say too much about it because it's so magnifique.|
|Oooh, I am clicking my heels with glee at this pizza. I want to eat a pizza with a raw curly sausage right next to it. Seems safe.|